Day in the Life of a Veterinarian

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In this video, you will see what its like to be a Veterinarian by following Dr. Niccole Bruno around where she shows viewers what a typical day for her is, why she chose the field, and tips for the aspiring Vets.

3:55 What is a Veterinarian?
4:55 What do your days consist of?
5:32 What does it take to become a Veterinarian?
6:30 What further education is required after vet school?
9:05 Did you always know you wanted to become a Veterinarian?
9:35 What is your stance on euthanasia?
10:40 What did you do to make yourself more competitive for veterinarian school?
12:00 How difficult is it matriculate into Vet school?
14:03 How much do Veterinarians make?
15:45 What are some downsides of being a Veterinarian?
17:24 How can you be reached?

You can connect with her at:
Companion Animal Hospital
18450 Kuykendahl
Spring, TX 77379

Instagram: @NiccoleVereen
Instagram: @CompanionAnimalHospitalSpring
Facebook: @Niccole Bruno Vereen

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Where all my future vets atttt🗣🗣🗣🗣🗣🗣🗣❤❤❤

Author — Clive Ferguson

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So glad to see a beautiful woman of color as a veterinarian, very rare to see!!! Please leave your social media links, I would love to follow you

Author — Amejo

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I’m looking forward to becoming a veterinarian in a few years. Thanks for uploading this!

Author — N2

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Wow a black veterinarian so cool!!! Representation truly matters

Author — HollyWoodStar2000

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Love this!! Pets are an important part of many families. It takes a special soul to sacrifice so much to practice medicine on animals! I would venture to say their job is just as important as an MD

Author — Scam Assassin

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I am 13 and I want to become a veterinarian assistant I still need to learn A LOT I kinda know how hard it is but I still want to help and care for animals

Author — Sophia_dray🐍

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Im so glad to see a women of color as a veterinarian I am doing my undergrad right now and I can’t wait for Vet school. You are what I hope to be someday.❤️

Author — Tiousha Rufus

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I am so glad you are spot lighting this awesome career choice!! As a woman of color i have been an veterinary assistant for 20 years. I love what i do. Where i am currently located there are no other African-American or Hispanic Americans that are veterinary technicians or assistants. So thank you again for this!!!

Author — Shawnte Woods98

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I’ve been wanting to do one of these myself for a while. This is quality 👏👏

Author — Adnan A

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Love this! Just finishing up my externship for VA and I love watching my veterinarian do the things you do. ♡ It just empowers me even more of your background and that you're a strong, motivated woman.

Author — Angelique Hernandez

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This was so helpful, you don't even understand. I wanted to become a vet as young as 11- 12, I would spend days watch Ranchvet (another youtube channel) and as a child, I only really watched the animal plant and national geographic channel, I was so convinced that I was going to be a vet of some sort. But freshman year of high school I started losing my vision, and became very sad because life happens; I still wanted to do it but I felt, I couldn't. Now I'm in senior year, kind of "scrambling" to figure my plans as of college out. Each college I look at I make sure to look to see if they have Veterinarian studies, but I still feel that "I don't think I can do" in me. This video (believe it or not) gave me hope. Thank you for sharing your story, and I hope you are well!

Author — iAMNiYA

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Informative and well produced! Great job! - your friendly neighborhood psychiatrist

Author — Doctor Mitnaul

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I'm in 12 grade right now, soon when I get graduated I'll go to collage to study and become a Vetenarian. ✨🌸

Author — Alanis Arts

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Great vid doc! Didn’t know there were so few veterinary schools, or how competitive it is to get in.

Have you considered doing stand- alone videos where you discuss extreme spine surgery cases? They do not necessarily have to be ones you’ve participated in. I have seen some, and they may be graphic, but they yield drastic results. Maybe 1 procedure per video; covering some anatomy, symptoms, differentials, images, alternative treatments etc, and how spine surgery corrects the error. Would be interesting to see, thank you!

Author — itsducdaniel

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I’m so excited to become a vet! It’s been my dream job since I was little and I’m graduating high school in the next year :)) thank you for showing us this ! 💕

Author — Isry Goat

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She seems awesome! As a vet, I agree that 'selling' things to people is my least favorite part of the job. People don't understand that the last thing most of us care about is money, we recommend testing either because it is absolutely necessary or because we don't want them to blame us if we miss something serious. Contrary to popular belief there are many, many things that happen with dogs & cats that you can't just 'see by looking at them'. Testing is expensive because a send out laboratory is a very complicated business with many very expensive machines - the lab charges a lot of money for testing and we add on about 40% because getting the samples and interpreting the results takes a lot of time and effort. Most vet clinics operate on a 10% profit!!! We are not making that much money!!!

Author — David DiPiero

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This video was so well done! Thank you so much for sharing, as a prevet student this not only informed me, but inspired me soooo much! Not only that, but seeing a woman of color in this field is so refreshing. Thank you thank you THANK YOU

Author — Sela

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Dr. Bruno is a beautiful person inside and out. She also worked hard to earn her degree from Cornell. She is a wonderful Vet who has compassion for her patients and fellow humans. Great video doc! You are top notch!

Author — Jacenta Parker

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thank you for this video! I'm starting veterinary school in the fall but have a love for all the different careers within medicine so I have always enjoyed your videos and this one especially hits close to home

Author — Alejandra Alegria

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I love this! This video it's fantastic, you have explain a little bit of everything, and also I love the clinic it's so big! I want to be a veterinarian and I'm going to try volunteering for a while on a vet hospital❤️🏥

Author — Paula de Carlos Alarcón